You’ll find Rio-Vitalise propping up South Parade Pier in Portsmouth. Pick up a cold CBD infused fruit smoothie to walk along Southsea Beach with.Continue reading “Rio-Vitalise CBD Smoothies on Southsea Beach”
Deliveroo and Uber Eats do not deliver to my area, and I do not live in a remote place, I’m not bitter…much!
When I’m at home, which at the moment like most of you, is all the time, I’ll be getting my foodie kicks from a bit of home cooking and whatever series Netflix can offer me!
I’ve found some cracking series that will give you all the food thrills and spills with a little travel along the way too.
Here’s my top five food shows on Netflix…Continue reading “Five top food shows on Netflix in 2020”
Rock has some great places to eat and The Hut Behind The Hedge is no exception – a great little lunch or snack stop!
In fact, the term ‘hidden gem’ is over used but this is one and not well known out of local circles. If you’re headed to Rock, support local and make sure you order a slice of cake.
Take a look at the bright blue cabin which is definitely worth a visit if you’re in the area…
The Shore in Penzance is totally out of this world. Bruce Rennie is producing absolutely incredible food and I swear he’s well on his way to a Michelin Star.
He mans his kitchen every night alone, yes, you heard right he makes dishes for an entire restaurant of people alone! And, those dishes change depending on the local ingredients available locally every day.
He creates culinary masterpieces from the local catches and produce he sources from earlier in the day and has just a few hours to put a new menu together.
It’s unique, creative and some of the best food I’ve ever eaten – there’s a handful of meals that I will never forget and this is on it.
If you’re headed to Cornwall book a table at The Shore for an epic food experience…
ᵃᵈ Portsmouth’s warehouse street food venue has been a total hit since it opened last year. It’s a favourite of mine because of its chilled dining vibes, fantastic food and great entertainment.
Outside-In regularly changes up its independent street food vendors and there’s some new offerings added into the eclectic mix to try.
I was invited to review the food court and it laid on what can only be described as an epic feast!
If you’re in the city and looking for something that’s a little different, you need to head here, take a look why…
17You change your mind, like a girl changes clothes…
For the ever indecisive of us, and yes I class myself within this group, bottomless tacos, where you can pick any of and as many of the tacos as you like, is the DREAM!
And, that’s where Bonita’s Southsea steps in with it’s Taco Tuesday offer – it corners the market and conquers it. Actually it stamps all over the competition unapologetically while telling you you’re pretty and feeding you tacos.
Bonita’s has landed bringing its own blend of fusion Mexican food, humorous cocktails and Beyonce Brunches to the South Coast.
Heading to Portsmouth? You’re going to want to check this restaurant out because those tacos are hella-good!
And, don’t forget your camera because, Bonita’s is as pretty as a picture and you’re going to want to put it on your Instagram…
I love a good Friday night vibe and I had such a fun time catching up over burgers with a friend at Croxton’s Kitchen & Tap House in Southsea, Portsmouth.
It’s a great hang out, with a diverse menu and the bar is well stocked with an ever changing range of beers, ales and IPAs, not to mention a delicious range of cocktails!
Two burgers coming right up…
A little of what you fancy does you good, and sometimes only a burger will itch that particular food scratch.
I’ve heard so much hype about Honest Burgers and I wanted to try it for so long that when I saw one on a trip to Bristol I knew that would be my spot for dinner. I wanted to try it to see what the fuss was about.
The Bristol branch is on Clare Street, just off Corn Street which is fairly central in the city.
This was my first time at Honest Burgers, take a look at my experience and what I thought, it’s a bit of a mixed bag…
In Belfast’s Titanic Quarter there isn’t many places to grab a spot of lunch. When I came across Titanic Hotel I was thrilled to find a great place to eat in the birthplace of one of the most famous ships in the world.
Lunch in a very unique historic setting, well that’s got to be on the travel bucket list hasn’t it? Take a look…
Make mine a cod and chips please!